Dignity to release, “Dignidad Del Hombre” at IPCPR 2013

Dignidad Del Hombre (Dignity of Man) is the latest creation by Don’Juan to add to his

strong line-up of Costa Rican cigars. The new Dignidad del Hombre is a maduro with

double ligero combined with unique binders all grown in Costa Rica.

Dignity photo

Dignity wanted to add a cigar with more strength and complexity to the line. Dignidad

Del Hombre tested very well during the West Coast pre-release. Everything about this

cigar is handmade from the rustic style cigar band with the silhouette of Danillo Barboza

(the oldest gentleman working at the factory in Costa Rica) enjoying a cigar beside a

poem written and designed by Don’Juan for which he dedicates to Danillo and the entire

cigar industry.

I have been keeping a close eye on Danillo during each visit to the factory and I take

pride in watching him work. I wanted to do something to honor his life, image and grace

as he truly represents the Dignity of man, being strong, hardworking and dedicated to his

craft so others around the world could simply enjoy cigars.

This limited edition shall be available in the following four sizes; Churchill 52×7, Toro

52×6, Torpedo 52×6 and Gordo 62×6. Price is TBD for exclusive retailers only!

Est. 2010. Dignity Premium Cigars are tastefully handcrafted in a pesticide-free

environment using organic fertilization methods in the high mountains of Costa Rica.

Dignity Premium Cigars hail from the world’s only existing pure ancestral, pre-embargo

Cuban seeds – traced by fingerprints to Cuban regions such as Pinar del Rio, Vuelta

Abajo, Remedios, Artemisa, San Juan y Martinez of the 1940’s and 50’s. Our seed

varieties were obtained from Habanesis developed in Cuba in 1907. This was the first

standardized black tobacco seed and is the forefather to all modern Cuban tobaccos. Each

true-to-type seed has been adapted in Costa Rica while retaining their genotypic and

phenotypic characteristics.

Dignity cigars are tastefully handcrafted in Costa Rican using 100% Costa Rican tobacco.

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